Dr. Martin Papenberg


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  • Psychologische Diagnostik
  • Multiple-Choice-Tests
  • Antwortstile
  • R


Papenberg, M., & Klau, G. W. (2019, October 30). Using anticlustering to partition a stimulus pool into equivalent parts. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/3razc Submitted for publication.

Veröffentlichungen in Fachzeitschriften

Papenberg, M., Diedenhofen, B., & Musch, J. (2019). An experimental validation of sequential multiple-choice tests. Journal of Experimental Education. Advance Online Publication. doi: 10.1080/00220973.2019.1671299

Papenberg, M., & Musch, J. (2017). Of Small Beauties and Large Beasts: The Quality of Distractors on Multiple-Choice Tests Is More Important Than Their Quantity. Applied Measurement in Education, 30(4), 273–286.

Papenberg, M., Willing, S., & Musch, J. (2017). Sequentially Presented Response Options Prevent The Use Of Testwiseness Cues In Multiple-Choice Testing. Psychological Test and Assessment Modeling, 59(2), 245–266.

Sonstige Veröffentlichungen

Papenberg, M. (2018). On how testwiseness and acceptance reluctance influence the validity of sequential knowledge tests (Inaugural-Dissertation). Abgerufen von undefinedhttps://docserv.uni-duesseldorf.de/servlets/DocumentServlet?id=46569.

Papenberg, M. (2018). Testtheorie mit R. Abgerufen von undefinedhttps://osf.io/y4a6k/.

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